Category:Soils

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 The article Soils on Wikipedia projects: (en) Soil · (ar) تربة (زراعة) · (ay) Laq'a · (az) Torpaq · (bat-smg) Dėrva · (be) Глеба · (bg) Почва · (bn) মৃত্তিকা · (bs) Tlo · (ca) Sòl · (cs) Půda (pedologie) · (cy) Pridd · (da) Jord · (de) Boden (Bodenkunde) · (el) Έδαφος · (eo) Grundo · (es) Suelo · (et) Muld · (eu) Lurzoru · (fa) خاک · (fi) Maalaji · (fr) Sol (pédologie) · (gd) Ùir · (gl) Solo · (he) קרקע · (hr) Tlo · (hu) Talaj · (id) Tanah · (is) Jarðvegur · (it) Suolo · (ja) 土壌 · (ka) ნიადაგი · (kk) Жер · (ko) · (lt) Dirvožemis · (lv) Augsne · (mk) Почва · (ml) മണ്ണ് · (mr) माती · (ms) Tanah · (nah) Tlālpantli · (nl) Bodem · (nn) Jord · (no) Jord · (pl) Gleba · (pt) Solo · (qu) Allpa · (ro) Sol (strat al Pământului) · (ru) Почва · (scn) Tirrinu · (sh) Tlo · (simple) Soil · (sk) Pôda · (sl) Prst (pedologija) · (sr) Едафски фактори · (sv) Jord (mark) · (ta) மண் · (tg) Гил · (th) ดิน · (tl) Lupa · (tr) Toprak · (uk) Ґрунти · (vi) Đất · (yi) באדן · (zh) 土壤 · (zh-min-nan) Thô͘ · +/−
Internationalization
Deutsch: Erdboden
Français : Sols
日本語: 土壌, 土
Polski: Gleba
தமிழ்: மண்
Deutsch: Boden, auch Erdboden
English: Soil is a natural body consisting of layers of mineral constituents of variable thicknesses, which differ from the parent materials in their morphological, physical, chemical, and mineralogical characteristics
soil 
natural body consisting of layers that are primarily composed of minerals
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Subclass ofgranular material
Part ofpedosphere,
landscape sphere
Has part
  • soil horizon
Different from
Authority control
GND ID: 4007348-8
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Subcategories

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Media in category "Soils"

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